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3. Explore a Muse Site > Master Page Content

Master Page Content

If you are used to working with master pages in InDesign, you’ll feel right at home with Muse master pages.

Most Web-page designs contain content areas called header and footer. The header may contain the site navigation, links to social media, a logo, etc. The footer may contain other subnavigation or a repeat of the main navigation, contact info, social media content, and much more. The master page is where most of us will add that content so that it’s consistent across all the pages in our site.

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• Like InDesign, by default, master content cannot be edited in the main pages of your site, only on the master page itself.

In Muse, to edit a master page, you need to be in Plan view. You can then double-click a master page to open it in the Document window. Next, you’ll see some of the typical content and formatting applied to a master page in Muse.


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